How the Ballina Tourism Team can help your business
The Tourism Team within Ballina Shire Council work to promote the Ballina Coast & Hinterland and Northern Rivers as a tourism destination. Following are the services the Tourism Team provide that can benefit local business.
2021-2030 Destination Management Plan
View the Draft Ballina Coast and Hinterland 2021-2030 Destination Management Plan here.
Both the State and Federal Government tourism agencies have outlined that a Destination Management Plan (DMP) will be a key requirement in accessing any future financial assistance.
The following estimates at an LGA level are drawn from the National Visitor Survey (NVS) - a survey independently assessed as best practice in terms of domestic visitor surveys conducted around the world.
The primary data shown in these summary tables relates to a long term annual average and the most recent viable annual estimate.
'How To' Videos
Are you wanting to diversify your business...Add a new element or experience? Or simply starting up a new business in the Ballina Shire?
Ensure you watch the 'How To' video series that explains the simple process to get your business on the right path from promoting your business to seeking the appropriate licences and approvals.
How to access the Ballina Coast & Hinterland Digital Assets
The Ballina Visitor Information Centre has just launched an amazing new promotional video showcasing the natural beauty of the region and the Centre also has some fantastic new images that you are able to access.
Host Your Event - Destination Fact Sheet
Discover why the Ballina Coast & Hinterland is the perfect destination to host your next conference or event.
Our idyllic location is a huge draw card for strong attendance, with the added benefit of the Ballina Byron Gateway Airport which offers flights from Melbourne, Sydney & Newcastle.
Short Term Holiday Letting Study Results
Short Term Holiday Letting (STHL) has become an increasingly significant sector within the tourism industry. For some STHL increases the appeal of destinations whilst providing employment opportunities both directly through accommodating visitors and through the jobs created by increased visitation to the area.